I recently purchased Steelseries Flux In-ear headphones, and I have one big problem. These are my 3rd isolating, in-ear headphones, usually had some difficulties plugging them in my ears, mostly because they were falling out, but with these one's it's quite different.
There are 3 ways they can sound when I put them in.
1. - They sound muffled and quiet, medium bass.
2. - they sound loud and clear, but there is minimal bass.
3. - they sound perfect, I am able to hear everything perfectly.
And also I can put them in not so deep, but then they sound weak and can easily fall out.
Is there a tactic for putting in in-ear headphones so that you don't have to mess around for 20 seconds to get them sound right?
I would be happy to hear any advice you guys and girls have, as I am pretty helpless with this myself, it can't be that hard to put earphones in.
Judging from the design and loudness, they are meant to be closer to your eardrum, that way they offer you more range, frequency variation and better precision with the rather small drivers.